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of the issues that this great country faces. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel. he's explained some of the difficulties, some of the high-flying assets and some of the really great things that have been achieved. >> after that visit to the white house, president-elect trump met with republican leaders on capitol hill. there's hou showing the president-elect and his wife melania and vice president-elect mike pence the view from the speaker's office. that balcony overlooks the spot where mr. trump will be inaugurated in january. then they met with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. they both begrudgingly supported trfrp trump during the campaign. after his meeting with the
7 news. >> not everyone happy with trump winning the presidency. in boston angry voters held signs and marched from the common to the statehouse. jennifer eagan reports from boston with a closer look for us. >> reporter: the rally through thousands to the statehouse. >> i won't be my president. i won't address him as such. >> and down onto boston common. >> i want to make sure i stood up for what is right and send a message. >> they're upset about the outkochlt election. acknowledged their frustrations but urged calm. >> i think at this time we don't need the protests. i mean, right now is probably the wrong time. some of the folks protesting, i hoet they all voted. >> it started as a facebook event, boston against trump rally and swelled to more than 4,000 people. it was created by the boston socialist students, a self-described movement for the 99%. >> i want to make sure that whatever happens, our country
as demonstrators marched up beacon street, but police say the rally was peaceful. >> the protest is great. let's take that energy and use it towards making change, if we're going to make change. >> reporter: boston police said no one was arrested and there was no real issue. mayor walsh said whether you voted for trump or not, he's now the president-elect and asked people to see what he does in office. >> it's not just here in boston. protesters flood the streets presidency all over. coming up at 5:00, we look at some of those locations and those protests going on across the country. >> democrats now dealing with the defeat and attempting to regroup. the party now without a leader and working to figure out their role on capitol hill. we have more on the aftermath of this historic election. >> this morning democrats come to terms with a new reality. republicans firmly in control of washington winning the white
>> this is the most incredible political feat i have seen in my lifetime. >> we've been given a temporary lease on power, if you will, and i think we need to use it responsibly. >> reporter: democrats defeated but looking for common ground. nancy pelosi placed a call to trump on wednesday suggesting infrastructure projects are a possible area of agreement. we can work together to pass a robust infrastructures jobs bill. senator bernie sanders td top surrogate. >> our job is to elect hillary clinton. >> now softening his tone and vowing to work with trump on policies that help the lives of working families. sanders is also warning to the degree that he pursues racist, sexist and antienvironmental policies, we will vigorously on pose him. democrats brace for a fierce fight ahead over obamacare. >> real change begins with
obamacare. >> reporter: and the supreme court. trump vows a more conservative pick than merrick garland, president obama's choice whose chances are now dead. the democrats are focused on their future and party standouts that might help to lead the way. elizabeth warren, who proved to be harshly critical of the president-elect. >> he thinks because he has a mouth full of tic tacs he can force h groping distance. >> and cory booker and a rising star in the party. >> patriotism is love of country, but you can't love your country without loving your countrymen and your countrywomen. >> reporter: jonathan hall, 7 news. some tattoo trouble in the north end. a parlor threatened for offering
there. they received backlash online and angry protesters got vocal at the store. nancy chen has it for you. >> reporter: it's amazing how ferocious people became. >> they offered free tattoos of donald trump's make america great again slogan. >> we thought it would be fun to do. it turned ugly. >> reporter: the owner says 13 people showed up to get the tattoo wednesday, but e-mails became too much to handle. >> they were saying you guys suck. is this a joke? f you. never going in the shop again. i'm just like, wow, really? >> reporter: michael was the only person to get the tattoo. >> i just wanted to put something that was close to my heart, something that i can look at every day and be proud of. >> reporter: he said this experience has taught him a
maybe it was just a little too soon to do something like that. >> reporter: he said had hillary clinton won the election, he would have offered free tattoos to her supporters as well. in the newsroom, nancy chen, 7 news. stay right here for continuing coverage of trump's meeting with president obama today. adam williams is anchoring the coverage live from washington, d.c. he'll be right back here for us live at 5:00. we're following more news today. protesters arrested in boston after chaining themselves to the doors of the td bank. they're protesting the pipeline in north dakota. >> they say bank has supported that construction. john is live at the scene with more of what's going on today. john. >> reporter: those protesters used bike locks and pvc pipes to chain themselves to this td bank here behind me.
protesters taken way in handcuffs by boston police thursday morning after chaining themselves to the doors of a td bank in downtown crossing. four activists were arrested for blocking access to the bank. two locked their necks together. two more used reinforced pvc pips to lock arms. they're demonstrates against the construction of the dakota access pipeline on a native-american reservation in north dakota. >> what we are asking is for them to divest fossil fuels belong in the ground, pipelines aren't necessary, but at this point more the profound disrespect. >> reporter: td bank extended credit to the pipeline. protesters are calling for the bank to cancel the loan. >> i was just going to add that at this point, it's equally about the treatment of the standing rock sioux. >> reporter: they were charged with disturbing the peace and
7 news up. a brock brookline animal hospital evacuated of after a hazardous scare. they felt dizzy and nauseous. they showed up to check out gas or odor leak. >> we found very low levels of some acceptable substances normally found in the hospital. other than that, the building was cleared to be reoccupied. >> 12 employees in total got sick, b the hospital. they were checked out by medics there and are all okay. also on 7, the cdc is investigating a patient at the state's largest hospital who may have contracted a rare and deadly bacterial disease called preon disease. they have postponed surgical procedures to sterilize equipment and areas. they say it usually progresses
stabbing a classmate in the school cafeteria on wednesday morning. they say the victim was stabbed in the leg and was taken to the hospital. police in rochester are looking for the driver they say hit a pedestrian before leaving the area. officers say the accident happened on betts road last night. according to investigators, the 26-year-old victim was taken to frisbee memorial hospital. he's expected to be okay. road rage caught on camera. ahead, what caused this tense moment in florida. is on for a car wanted in connection with with a crash. a stabbing and carjacking in connecticut where police say they might have seen the car in massachusetts. president-elect donald trump meeting with president obama for the first time. we have more on how the meeting went at the white house. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. that means incredibly fast 150 meg internet for the holidays.
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attack knocking a motorcyclist off his bike. he was arrested by police in florida. >> now he speaks out about what happened and says there's more to the sorry. cruising through the streets of miami, a motorcyclist is recording when all of a sudden he's attacked by a motorist. >> what? >> now kevin is defending the violence. >> i have anger i'm cuban. >> it started on a post on instagram about a girl. >> she went and told her boyfriend i was trying to get at her just because i told her we don't need to be talking. >> from there a heated exchange of messages that kevin says escalated into threats. >> he said he could have my motorcycle stolen and thrown in the miami river. >> the 19-year-old driver of the motorcycle didn't want to talk about the altercation, but he made clear he's never met his attacker, not until he was knocked off the bike. >> i already told him to come
so honestly, all i did was leaving the area, i seen him. >> reporter: the detectives reviewed the footage and arrested kevin at his home. >> i have somebody working on it. he said there's no prison time involved. this is all petty. we're going to try and come to a solution civilly. >> reporter: the victim reported there was more than $1,000 of damage down to m >> fantasy fixture. what you need to know to get your line-up ready for the big game. looking forward to that. patriots are home sunday night. we have that forecast for you up next. ahead at 5:00, for the first time since super bowl xlix, the patriots go head-to-head against the seahawks. what the pats are expecting just three days before the big
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'tis the season for red cups. starbucks is back with christmas flair. it released the newest line on wednesday. last year the simple red design the cup drew criticism from some who said starbucks was part of a so-called war on christmas. this year customers can enjoy up to 13 decorations designed by people from all over the world that include snowflakes, reindeer, christmas lights and so much more. >> remember we did that star about the starbucks cup a one. that was like the pre-holiday cup. >> the after halloween pre-thanksgiving cup, right? >> yeah. pre-valentine's day, post-labor day cup. got it. i'm on board with this. hey, sunshine tomorrow. tomorrow is a windy day. a little tricky because the front part of the day up until lurch time, the temps aren't bad. it will koof off dramatically
two weekend days. sun went down this afternoon just moments ago at 4:26. two weeks from today is thanksgiving. sunset at 4:16 and four weeks from today our earliest sunset will show up at 4:12. winter is coming whether you like it or not. the winter solstice is 40 days away and christmas is 44 days away. again, thanksgiving is a couple of of weeks away. not a lot of cold air. you could make the case these temps up here certainly seem cold, but for them it'sea in fact, at or slightly above normal. winnipeg is mild and 55. we have a cold front on the way for friday night and saturday. it's fleeting cold. it's nothing that can really establish a cold pattern or a cold that locks in for several days. we have the cold fronts that zip along the u.s.-canadian border. the other thing about the pattern right now, we're into a dry pattern. werp doing good eating up the drought in september and october
the difference compared to several months ago, water usage not like it is in july and august, and the evaporation rates, the sun is not as intense in july and august. at least what water is in the ground, it's not pulled out of the ground. boston and worcester and meramec valley. these droughts take several months to get into the situation, and it takes time to work out. we don't have any significant rain the next four or five days. there may be rain that us tuesday of next month for the month of november running about an inch below normal. we stay dry for a few days. 52 in town right now. norwood at 53, bedford at 50 degrees. a few clouds moving in from northern new york and new england. otherwise mostly clear and not as chilly. through the dame tomorrow mostly sunny skies and it's a windy day tomorrow. northwest winds 15 to 30 miles per hour. temps, again, initially they
quickly as 11:00, 12:00, 1:00 tomorrow. then they slide through the 50s and 40s by late tomorrow afternoon and evening. boston south, these are the locations that are the warmest. upper 50s. north of town here's the cooler air. raymond, new hampshire tomorrow afternoon only in the upper 40s and the worcester hills near 50 with everyone experiencing winds between 20 and 30 miles per hour. chatham is 54. that's the weather map for tomorrow. that cold front comes through with the is a cool day. temps on saturday in the mid-40s. sunday the milder of the two days, and temps on sunday in the upper 50s. you have the patriots sunday night at gillette. swla cool, but we have colder nights in november with temperatures on sunday evening down at gillette in the 40s. see you at 5:00. let's get a check of the thursday ride home. here's matt fitzgerald.
of o'neal tunnel. down to the braintree split. on the northbound side you slow up near the circle and again as you approach the tunnel. on the southbound side it's a 30-minute drive. slow going on the down ramp in both directions. in the northbound side you're heavy in medford and then again from 128 up to concord street. on the southbound side they begin on the lower deck and go into the tunnel. tough going on the mass pike west. you're heavy and slow from the tolls in weston. the eastbound side of the pike is moving from well from weston into downtown boston. we check the ride on the mass pike west to route 128 in weston. from route 128 to 495, looking at a 27-minute drive. i'm matt fitzgerald, 7 news. pats fans, welcome to
we're on week 10. we get to talk some sports now. it's a full week of politics. i hope you voted. >> i voted, yes. >> good to know. let's talk about the patriots back on the field taking on seattle seahawks. so this could be a tough one here. >> maybe a little too emphatic there. just excite. we have super bowl xlix rematch. the big match-up in that game, the passing offense against the seahawks. richard sherman is a defensive back that can take a field. it will be interesting. maybe a combination of rob gronkowski. chris hogan could have a big game. hogan is a lot like woods. >> malcolm butler intercepting that pass in the end zone. do you think there's revenge this weekend? >> maybe for russell wilson, the quarterback for the seahawks. nobody's life has changed more since super bowl xlix than malcolm butler. russell wilson is getting better each week here, dealing with
patriots defense has to show me something. they have been good but not great. no jamie collins. bill belichick will figure it out, but probably not right away. >> jamie collins relegated to dlooefd now. >> cleveland is a mess. when you think of dumpster fires in football, cleveland browns are write where it starts. mike wallace really explosive last week for pittsburgh. been really good the last couple weeks. mike wallace gets a bad rap. >> connecticut. sailors reunited with loved ones after being gone for months at
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it was an emotional engagement for one couple. >> after u.s.s. new hampshire returned home and stalers were reunited with a loved one. one sailor got aproposal in there. proposed to his girlfriend and she said yes. >> i'm excited to start our new lives. >> all right. so it was a great homecoming for many people there. the sailors were reunited with friends and family. we needed to hear more from her. >> that sound bite was so quick. >> i'm sure they have a lot to
>> absolutely. >> a lot more to come. >> "7 news at 5:00" starts right now. their first face-to-face. >> we had never met each other. >> president obama sitting down with his successor meeting behind closed doors making plans for a smooth transition. >> we discussed a lot of different situations. some wonderful and some difficulty. >> we're live in washington, d.c. with team 7 coverage of a historic meeting. today. a man accused of intern naturing an fbi agent. what arlington police found whether he was taken into custody. then, a police chase stretches across state lines and ends with an arrest in worcester. >> lots the sunshine this afternoon. more fun tomorrow and windy. >> after a week off, the patriots get back in the game. could this be a preview of this year's super bowl? "7 news at 5:00" starts now.
>> i just had the opportunity to have an excellent conversation with president-elect trump. >> putting a tense past behind them. >> i want to emphasize to you, mr. president-elect, that we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed, because if you succeed then the country succeeds. >> mr. president, it was a great honor being with you. >> to find common ground. >> very, very good man. >> 7 the trump transition. >> good evening. adam williams is live from washington, d.c. where president obama did welcome president-elect donald trump to the white house today. >> reporter: that's right, kim. it was the first time the two have met in person, and it appears both sides are committed to a very smooth transition. the closed door meeting was a long one. the president and his successor finding a lot to talk about.
international and domestic policy to the differences between the two. >> i look forward to being with you. >> reporter: the president-elect is spending most of the day in washington, d.c. in an extraordinary moment many thought would never happen. donald trump meets president obama to talk transition to the new administration. >> it was wide-ranging. we talked about some of the organizational issues in setting up a white house. we talked about foreign policy an >> try to facilitate a transition that ensures our president-elect is successful. >> we discussed a lot of different situations, some wonderful and some difficulties. i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future including counsel. he's -- he explained some of the difficulties, some of the high-flying assets and some of